Monday, October 08, 2007
WHO, Project Day Lily, and Gulf War Illness
In their book "Project Day Lily" the Nicolsons tell their personal saga that is intertwined with major events and forces in recent American history. This linear narrative testifies about the strength of authors' perceptions and convictions. It is also a story of transformation of a couple of scientists into advocates for causes that they believe in so deeply.
Stanimir Vuk-Pavlovic, Ph.D.,
Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Mayo Clinic Graduate School
In researching this article on Wikipedia I found very little information on Garth Nicholson although he is a leading microbiologist and has been doing work with Gulf War Vets since Poppy Bu$h's war in 1991, but I did find plenty of information on Professor Simon Wessely
Professor Simon Wessely's name is known to the thousands of sufferers of chronic illnesses in Britain and abroad who have been hurt by his philosophy. A psychiatrist, for years Wessely has been the outspoken proponent of the view that chronic physical conditions such as Gulf War Illness, ME/chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, Lyme disease, multiple chemical sensitivity and others are simply "all in the head" of the sufferer.
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